Sister Saint-Alphonse is an 1841 portrait by Antoine Plamondon.
The National Gallery has a number of paintings by the artist Cornelius Krieghoff. who found inspiration in the vastness of the Canadian wilderness and those who lived there. These are two of them. The Passing Storm, Saint-Ferreol dates to 1854 at top. Below it is The Saint Anne Falls, dating to 1855.
The Chaudiere is another Krieghoff painting, from 1858. It portrays the Chaudiere Falls on the Ottawa River as they appeared in his time. The falls today are upstream of the Gallery.
A painting by Krieghoff that always gets appreciation from my readers, and it's probably my favourite among his works here. White Horse Inn By Moonlight is an 1851 painting.
Two portraits by the same artist round things out for today. Theophile Hamel painted Etienne Parent in 1848.
Henriette Massue Le Moine is an 1854 portrait by Hamel.